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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 20, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I I Automation: fax' Supply Within Touch-Button Reach Of ASO I j


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Sometime in late Novemberor punch-card reproducing machine l main lines out of ASO, with each Pensacola, NAS Corpus Christi Supply officials can submit immediate
early December the NAS and a direct: telephone line to the line capable of handling four I and MCAS Cherry Point-all Interim requirements to

,Supply Department will be Aviation Supply Office in Philadelphia channels, the Philadelphia activity -I points with which the local Sup- ASO simply by punching the information -

,sponsoring its own Telephone Supply will be able to will be in direct contact with ply Office is in almost daily telephone on a card. The punched
Hour. transmit at the touch of a button every Class A air station in the contact in regard to required cards are fed into the transceiverhere

Ridiculous? The statement is all daily emergency demands plus country. It can either receive or items not carried here or and instantaneously dupli-

not nearly so fantastic as its underlying daily routine and scheduled re- transmit information electronically temporarily depleted and in urgent cate cards are emitted from the

truth. quirements for aviation materials. or utilize the telephonic con- demand. machine at ASO in Philadelphia.

What it means is that by meansof .THE. SYSTEM IS definitely a nections as voice circuits. WITH TWO TRANSMITTING Between transmitting periods
a transceiver, which combines first step toward automation. As The line assigned to-NAS Jacksonville periods at its disposal-at 1200 roughly estimated at a mere 30'

the advantages of an electronics the, hub of a "network" of three will be shared with'NAS EST and again at 1700 EST- (Please turn to Page 8, Col 5))






I- JUiJWIi Fund Rally Kickoff Drive SetThe '





second annual Navy- ,

VOL-14 No. 26 U., S. N. A. S, Jacksonville, Fla 20 September 1956 Drive Duval will Community get off to a Fund flying I "1

start Friday, Sept. 28 with :/ 't
Army To Test a giant "kickoff rally" at t '4

Mainside Gymnasium a t \ t.
1400. :
New
FoggerAt On hand for the kickoff '

will be hundreds of key ,: :

I II I DVCCenterAmidst campaign personnel, including "
solicitors.
the turmoil of a general The program will include !

a, 1 1'y j ,it ,vN remodeling of the Disease Vector music by the Jax Navy I

Control Center office space in the band, a showing of the Community 4
Chest film "Count '
NAS Jacksonville Dispensary, ,
Your Blessings," and pep
two sanitary engineering person- talks by commanding officers ..

nel of the U. S. Army reportedin of various participating 1

over the weekend from Fort activities. ;Ij

Belvoir, Va. to field test a new This is the only such rally. I

fog machine involving all key campaign .
personnel to be scheduled
Carl Wesley Jr, sanitary en-
during the drive, which be- I
gineer, and M/Sgt Joseph P. Ken-
gins Oct. 1 and. ends Nov. "'
nedy, with the Army Engineering 16.
4 '\ Research and Development Lab-
.. Goal for/the Navy-Duval
-' oratory, are here to test a non-
Community Fund Drive for
TOASTMASTERS ALL Master sergeants and chief petty thermal mechanical fog machine "
ToastmastersTo officers, civilians and whitehats at NAS Jax: are forming Toastmasters against the salt marsh mosquitoesof 1956, is $110,000 .
Clubs under the supervision of the Jax Navy Officers \
Toastmasters. A kickoff dinner, with all interested parties invited, Florida. Differing from present
Include is slated at the Civilian Cafeteria tonight An early nucleus of the thermal foggers, the Armydeveloped -
club includes (left to right) Maj. Emmons Maloney, Jai Officers equipment eliminates fire
Toastmasters; M/Sft. Bill Hall Carl McCranie, civilian; Robert and explosion hazards to which HouseSunday
More Tutas,VFP-62; and Lt. Ken Kno zen, also of the Toastmasters Club lOpeD
GroupsDo the old type machines are .sub- ;


you stutter In front of ject.Lacking facilities for proper ForForrestal

the boss, your leading: chiefor LQngevity Pay SystemFaces testing in Virginia, the equipmentwill :

officer? be field tested here at the I
Does the old stomach twitch
suggestion of Comdr Kenneth L.
and twitter in the clutch when Knight, formerly officer-in-
;you have to give a speech? Broad Changes charge of the local unit. Workingwith

The Jax Navy Officers Toast- the two Army men will be Residents of Jacksonville t

masters Club hopes'to put an end Ensign R. A. Dram, D. L. Hayden, and neighboring cities will geta
to all that as it begins tonight The most forward looking changes in the longevity system in civilian entomologist, and L. N. chance to see what a superwarship'
with a banquet in the Civilian many a day will come up for discussion by the Cordiner Committee McGrath, HM2, all of the Control looks like this Sunday
Cafeteria at Mainside.ORGANIZATION when it meets in Washington Friday, Sept. 28. Center.
Envisioned are in-ftrade step in- when the carrier U S S
of a White partment to reduce pay increases Meanwhile work progresses on
creases similar to Civil Service James V, Forrestal becomesthe
Hat Toastmasters Club, one for construction of a new, more effi-
for those who have
pay scales, and possibly 10 en- not advancedor
first to hold
cient in the second- super flattop
chiefs and master sergeants, and laboratory i
listed grades instead of the present are not likely to is one reason House at the
Open Mayport
one for civilians aboard the Naval deck space allotted to the Center,
Air Station seven. Also on the agendaare behind the longevity revision well for single Carrier Basin.
is being planned by proposals for senior officer, as as quarters men
the group. and remote differentials (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1)) attached to the unit. Tentative tours for the Open
pay ; House has been set from 1300 to
.
Advantages of the Toastmas flexible re-enlistment bonuses
; ,
y. 1 .r H. .yy. 1700, but are subject to change.
ters are given in and
speech! and certain pay-related items like
leadership, conference and committee military leave. 1, Since a tremendous crowd is
expected, county traffic officials ,
techniques, evaluation of
TALKS '
WILL BE limited to
yak .
q 'Y"J have asked that all incoming
self and
position, practical sales I
the above topics, and decisions g" '
work, human relations, analytical will be far from final. Any serious traffic from Jackson
j jE ville take Atlantic Blvd to AlA
thinking and planning, and leadership committee discussion relative to i
'responsibility. ( and enter N A A S Mayport
changing other like flight
pays -
main
through the gate
ALL OF THESE opportunitiesfit and sea duty, or acrosstheboardpay
in aptly with Navy and Marine increase, will not come up Outgoing traffic will be routed
Corps rates and ranks, espe- until later, if at all. E. from the basin onto the old May-.

cially. for instructional purposes. However, the committee wfll port Road which .connects back
Slogan of the group is: "Toast- definitely be told the 'facts"'of into A1A. A patrolman will bo

masters is more than a club-it is overseas compensation, and stationed at the cross section of
an education." many AlA and the ,old Mayport Roadto
service
officials consider current
"You don't have to be Demos foreign duty pay-top of $22.50for avoid a tie-up in traffic.

thenes," pointed out MaJ. Emmons EMs, nothing for officers-an Mayport officials have urged

Maloney; Officers Club Toast- affrontery to servicemen, in contrast that all drivers observe speed
masters prexy, "to join a club." I with the big overseas pay laws aboard the station and to

A neophyte orator first goes ;offered by industry. The overseas follow signs placed along the
through what is known as basic income tax situtation also will be 1T- roadside as an aid to reachingthe
training which includes 12 speaking reviewed carrier and departing from

{ assignments over 12 to 18 the station.
THE COMMITTEE is expectedto
.
months of club membership. t
come up with' some new ideason
AFTER THAT he can take a 16- "differential pay," or technician .. Flu Shot ProgramTo

(Please turn to Page S, Col. 4) pay, with discussions on who L
should or should not be included. ITS PFC HUMPHREY II NOW It was a great dar for dogs Commence Oct. 1
WEATHER OUTLOOK when the mascot of the NAS Marine Barracks went up from buck
Senior
officer recommendedby Navy and Marine Corps will
pay
private to private first class after six months of devoted service.
Friday-C Iou d y and cooling the Hoover,Commission, is far Passing out dog biscuits instead of cigars on receiving his certifi- start their third annual immunization ,
temperatures. too low, considering the responsibilities cate of advancement in rate from Major Louis Sartor, commanding against influenza Oct 1.
I Saturday-Partly cloudy and of many high-ranking officer of the Marine Baracks, Humphrey receives congratulation Everyone (in uniform must take
cool. officers, it is felt. from (left to right CpU Billy Greer; S/Sgt. Lester Gllstripe;'Pfc,
f Charles Klutz; and Pfe,, Claude Morgan The certificate will be the shot. Dependents may have iCon
SundaY-Cloudy. and cooler. The desire of the Defense De placed in his jacket for safe-keeping. request.I .


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Pago Two .. .u__ JAX AIR_ NEWS. 20 September |


WW72, F stun Six VW-4 VPS Report



Jfl R-1iIm Scouting lax Area Squadrons I


Published every Thursday tor Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air ,

Station Jacksonville, Florida HAS. JackaeirUU VA-172 Willoford, ATI; Richard, Wil- group -

Capt. William Sr Harris ._ ___-________ -_ __. Commanding Officer The squadron recently returned liams, AMI; and Richard Knott, During the afternoon
Comdr, Robert 11. Smith .,??.? ,.-,-, ..............-......... Executive Ofllcer carrier Six adjourned Fasron
weeks qualification -
from a two PR2. to the Anchorage
Fleet Air Jaek.oavlll.Rear
Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell n- ,, ?? Commander' cruise aboard the USS Fasron six *. where food and
Capt. S. S. St-aicy, Jr _h .__...... Chief of Stair GuantanamoBay were available refreshments i
FDR (CVA-42) to to all hands
Fleet Air Wing Ele"a In Ceremonies attended by The
.. Commander Cuba. new and old
Capt. Dowcn F. McLeod -t LJ..U. Commanding
Comdr. Richard Davis Chief Staff Officer Capt. Seth S. Searcy, Chief of Off
The welcome mat is out for the cers showed their skill !
at
Naval Air Technical Training Center horse
Wil-
ComFairJax Comdr.
Staff ,
Capt. Henry C. DeLon Commanding Officer new members of the "Blue Bolts. shoes but it remained for
Comdr
Comdr. Edward W. Utshop Executive Officer liam S. Adami relieved Comdr.
Edward
Among them are Ltjg( ) Replogle and Edward H, Hahnel

Capt. Denjamln' N. AM :Natal lUtplUl ....... .......... Commanding Officer Ney, Ensign Charles Mohr, and Max C. Replogle as commanding SN, to. defeat all comers,
Capt. Marcy Shupp ____..... .-.. .._.. ......-.- .......-.. Execuyve Officer Ensign James McKinney. These I officer of Fasron Six. ing a whitewash cf Comdr mciud-

Capt. Norman O. Anderson :NAItTU Commanding Officer new pilots reported from the Monday after inspecting the and the personnel officer Adami Ltijo

training command. squadron Comdr. Replogle pre Kenneth G. Boyer. After )
The JAX AIR NEWS li published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station, sented Good Conduct Award to the
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially with non-approprlated funds Also reporting for duty are a party Comdr. Replogle left to assume .
at no expense to the government and In ctmpllane* with NAVEXOS: P35. Rev. John Brock, AOAN; Arthur Cal- Roland Redmond, AT3,- and addressed duties as operations
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of chaise at the Naval Air Station, the officer
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the lahan, AE1; George Callahan, the squadron congradu- of NAS, Cecil Field.
U. S. Naval Hospital. ADAN David Chemelewski lating the men on having been a Ens. Paul
Service Information Officer........ ._ -.-.... ._.Lt. Dave Becsely ; J, DeMarco reported
Managing Editor- Andrew H. Planey ATAN; Lawrence Kruit, SA; and "can, do" squadron during his aboard Fasron Six from Aviation

Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes, nil; Nancy WareS J03. Kermith Mullis, SA. command. Comdr Adami spoke Electroics Officers School.

The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Recently four men shipped over briefly to his men"on the conviction NATTCMemphis. Ensign DeMar.

AFPS the written material permission appearing I I of Armed In this; Forces publication Press may Service.. not Republication be reprinted of without other for six years each. They are that the squadron was, in his co will assume the duties of elec.

matter, except by service! publications is prohibited without permission of Charles McCool, HM1; Wayne estimation definitely a."can do" tronics officer in this squadron
Editor: JAX AIR NEWS relieving -
Editorial offices located Main Administration "Building. Phone extensions Ltjg( ) Gil Winans.
IB 18, 216 and 8164. e
VW-4

The Hurricane Hunters have
"VI. .J E New Regulations For been on the go since "Dora"

1 $ER\J F"S Goods Storage appeared in the Gulf this past
: week. The fourth
A new regulation "Commercial tropical storm
-
,
Warehousing and Related it.W--; : :r of the season, "Dora" hardly

CATIIOLICSunday Services for Household Goodsof '" "'ft'0..... passed out of existence when
Mass-0800 0900 1000 ,:.. '1t iiSMOTHER ,.., "Ethel" made her .
Military Personnel" has ', '","" 4'- ;",.,"* > ,. grand appearance
-St. Edward's Chapel. been adopted by the Department f'; : "t. ". >:!P'ff. + some 600 miles off the East
.
Saturday-Mass, 0800-St. Ed- of Defense on recommen- \ coast of Florida. Such tropical

,ward's Chapel. dation by the Hoover Commis 1 disturbances have been keeping
Daily l -Mass, 0630-St. Ed- i VW-4's flight and maintenance

ward's ChapelSunday0630 sion.The personnel busy as beavers.
eliminates .
new regulation
Mass at the Hospital New arrivals have again
'
extended -

Chapel; 1900, Instruction formerly several used by contract military forms personnel :,::;:, : ,:; ," ',;,,: the squadron roster. Re.
Classes Bldg. 463.
., porting aboard from NAS Hutch.
and establishes a uniform
,
PROTESTANTThursday contract and schedule of ", inson, Kan. was Ltjg( ) John
Sept. 20 Kneisl; from VF-173 NAS Jax
service
for Army, Navy, Air
1515-Junior Choir for ages 9 Force and Marine Corps. Under was Donald Mapes, AMC; from
and All Saints' .: /:" VA-36 Cecil Field, Earl Payne
over, Chapel. the old system, a single warehouseman ,.", .
1900-All Saints' Choir Rehearsal could have a number : ', .., YN3; John McDonough, AT3 in

All Saints' Chapel. of different contracts with from Port Lyautey; Carl Carter

Sunday, Sept. 23 military activities all for the SN, in from Naval Receiving Sta

0300 -Episcopal Communion same basic services. TANKER Four Navy Jet fighters take on fuel tion, Philadelphia, Pa.; and Fred

Service, Chaplain Nickelson. The Army has been given re- I from a Convair R3Y-2 "Tradewlnd" in the first multiple refueling Hall Jr., SA from the USS Tiron-
operation ever conducted from a seaplane. The 80-ton "Tradewlnd" derga.
0930-Sunday School for ages sponsibility for administeringthe transport carries enough fuel in its wing tanks for eight fighters.
4 through adults, Bldg. 722. plan, through local field offices Three old hands traded then

0930-Service of Divine Wore located at 18 military in- uniforms in for civilian attire

ship, Chaplain Osman. stallations throughout the U.S. First Seaplane Tanker Refuels They were Dane Youell, AT2 of

1100-Service of Divine Wor- Kenvir, Ky.; Norman Shows, AT2

ship, Chaplain Davis. Four Jets In Air Simultaneously of Jacksonville)) Fla.; and Domi-

1900-The United Fellowship of New Roles For nic Galati, AN, of Racine, Wis.

Protestants, Bldg. 804. USS Four Navy jet fighter planes r .
Wasp Essex VP-5
have been refueled simultaneous. fighter planes The four-engine
Monday, Sept. 24 An All
Hands celebrated
1930-Latter Day Saints' Ser Two of the older, unconverted ly in flight off the southern Cali- turboprop is a dual purpose air Party
the homecoming of VP-5
vice, Bldg. 750, class room. attack carriers, the USS Wasp and fornia coast by a Convair R3Y-2 plane-transport and tanker. personnel, after a long and successful

Tuesday, Sept. 25 Essex, are being reclassified as Tradewind, the world's first sea IT IS ONE OF a fleet of 11 builtat tour of duty in Tort

1900-Episcopal InstructionClass anti-submarine warfare support plane tanker capable of multiple San Diego for the Navy by Lyautey. The stork delayed the

Bldg. 563.1900Chrlstiap. carriers. *" refueling.The Convair, a Division of General party for a few weeks, bringing

Science Service The will fighters were refueled in Dynamics Corporation. Severalof a total of 12 new babies to VP-5
Bldg. 752, class room. Wasp become a CVSon less than five minutes from the the high-speed seaplanes have families. Congratulations to all

1930' -Bible Study Group, Bldg. Nov. 1, with the Essex switching ''I R3Ys own wing tanks which already been delivered to the the proud parents, the party de

804; on March 15, 1957. carry enough fuel to service eight Navy. lay was certainly warranted.
Thursday, Sept. 27
Aircraft refueled were four B.
Congratulations to Samuel
1515 Junior Choir for 9
ages
and over. All Saints' Choir. CROSSWORD. PUZZLE Grumman F9F-8 Cougar jet 'Walker and Robert E. Sheldon on

1900-All Saints' Choir Rehearsal ,l'C." "; ,t, I ,., 1# 1'. It fighters of Fighter Squadron 123 their promotion to Lt. Congratulations
based at the Miramar Naval AirS 0.
All Saints' Chapel.ST. "* also to Ltjg( ) Edward
e-hh&ps l 'J" r rt.S' 1 tat 1 0 n. The 'fighters rendez- Williams, who, after long hours
LUKE'S CHAPEL .-Short Jacket
It-B. MlataktnIt ', 11f. a' 'l11 I" voused with the R3Y-2 off La of training, is a qualified Patrol
(Naval Protestant 1 IIiiI 4 i1 .
Hospital, ) h
,-S ml prtclou- lIP Jolla, California Refueling took Plane Commander.
Sunday, Sept. 23 t'14Center13Proteetiva etGh. r 11 1 f t w ;if/. place at 10,000 feet altitude and The list of personnel checkingin

ery.0930-Sunday School and Nurs lileld 1i ; : r .".. R ; :I 10 miles off the coast. and out of late would be too

0930-Divine Worship, Chaplain 17-lever Lift wltk M' >> :n .t, "V/.IZJ l7. ,. ... Using the probe and drogue in-, long to list here, but the "Mad
1Burden11one ;t'h Foxes" wish to extend a hearty
William Swets. slat4d ,for r/r rh flight refueling method,'the R3Y-
.
Tuesdsy, Sept. 25 a-H.we oaIt.e > 4 '1 9 u 11 ,, fi 2, has made a number of simulated "welcome aboard" to all the new-

1930-Instruction class for per- -RealonIS paM ,,. ',) '// '// ... f'/ refueling runs with ,jet comers.
-Annoy :I'I'. / f'/ fighters The number of reenlistments in
i for
sonel of Presbyterian or Re- about four months.
!Satisfy I" .. Ip ifOJ'' 3 of
t t ,, The VP-5 is a good indication
formed background. 21,-Bakefa "h airplane is equipped with
10--product District : '4 I a : ; -; four funnel-shaped drogues squadron morale. Deciding to
Attorney housed in reinforced plastic stay on for'another tour of duty
Beauties To Vie Robert Walker 1
SI Part of atova attached beneath the wings. were: ,

In Legion Carnival Cyprlnotd dab33Encounter I I" ", ,. P ,U S) t SM TilE FOUR REFUELING Harry King ADC; Alex Kosack,
pods, Phillip YN1;
ATI
It Japanmeaaur*** ; Liberty,
i'
U. 1'T; each of'which is 223
fJ inches
.
'I long Charles William
Wanted! Beauty contestants to St-Tlerra. 41Pueran and 51 inches Wise, HM1;
in
enter the contest for Miss American Indiana diameter, are Estes CS1-Losen Leak PR2; Lee
----- ; ,
.
: located
.
Oriental norm on the
Legion Post 9 of 1956 title. *-TotaJHnf ..* 'II-Mu'. 31-Nwaber under wing tips and Wright Jr., ALC; Richard Caldwell -
DOWN
.i-He U... shot .tcluwla each nacelle of the air AL2;
Navy and civilian groups, units, I !'rode YN3; Junie Phillips,
4'-Fruit drink .ir' Polnt of {-lratrplr. :hrftct plane's outboard
or squadrons wishing to sponsor 11-Be conUnctat hammer. engines. This James Robbins, AMC; Pedro Trc-
enables
contestants in the contest, held in :.f.I1aJa)' ; $...rthb"OO D \aa't.pease. .t-tluoal: aircraft the fuel lines and fueling vino, AO1; David Teasdale, A01;
to
conjunction with the two-day 47-Merriment Proposition II-h... ii--Fats. kair stay free of the R3Y James Nixon, AOC; Robert Gal
41-Formerly late fuselage.
Comloc 4-.Drop
lr -Coli
4
ctk of
carnival Oct. 12-13 at 311 West $.&- eruvtae .. .... Badatrlltt luta >a lagher, AEC; and Richard Gil De

Duval St., have a special invita- IS-Uma. Indian*r f Crafty Kev'al H-Rafl MtmaJ bird. ,"Indefinite Each pod has a door on the Leon, AN.Skipper.

,tion from American Legion Post 14-Xie4ow, | iBrlUUntS KnikvalMtto. 44Oe.an lower surface and a built-in re- Comdr. Coonrotf' and
.trtehman .< *.ueeuaftoona to krtnBtmal |a-Oa n. at tamping mechanism
.. NDirtetlonMol.r $> skis marble. to trap. the the exec, Comdr. Easier Jook for

The event will feature a side IT, --ton T* dnt&t.Nsraol.. Anclo-eazoai e,4." j.: d1.Ne. it-'f7orou4dtare fa hbrnvnUr.> drogue.ate Hydraulic cylinders actu- ward, as do all squadron personnel .
: the
walk cafe, street d.nce, talent doors, allowing the drogue to the ,Fall and Winter

show and booths. (Answer on Pare 9, Col. 4)) out.and its attached fuel hose to trail months. At that time operations

should slack off to a 1'0rmalle\'eL


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j 4 I\SIvtTm" Goes'RevoIutionaryMedcaIProgram Into Operation i Dec. 8 r




The naming of an insurance agency to act as go-between for civilian

1e ; at hospitals and the government is among recommendations for :(.i
1s the carrying out of the new dependent medical care program. :

It is that there will be
predicted '
for the following services at civilian -
e no trouble in putting the revolu '
hospitals: .'
tionary new program into opera- ""
"
Treatment of acute medical
tion schedule'Dec.. 8.
on Imple- ,"
conditions diseases, .
contagious
menting regulations have been
I, surgery, complete obstetrical and ;\'
agreed upon by all military ser-
maternity care, 3G5 days hospital
vices and the regulations now J
I need only the formal approval of ization in semi-private rooms ,
) : the Defense Department. ((2, 3 or 4 beds) for each admis- ,':';I
sion, required services of a physician
VIRTUALLY FREE
hospitaland or surgeon, and lab, X-ray
.
I surgical coverage for all ser- '
.
f., and other required tests,
vice wives and children is as
A sured. Free care choice to depen- THERE IS NO civilian outpa {

I dents at either military or civilian tient care under the new act. -|

t _.wotw : ...+ _.,,-.. ro.....,.- ,R..-.. Marrr.wY. ,:t, ., hospitals and facilities is pro Three types of insurance plans '!
vided. Families will get a "Depen on which to operate the medicare 1
PLANNING "SPIRIT OF TilE NAVY"-Ensign Herb Alexander, of AGO School, co-producer of dents Authorization for MedicalCarc" considered t. f1
the show of the needs for the program have been j ja
stage: "Spirit Navy" lays down the plans and explains stage production
.lo personnel attending: the first organization meeting Monday. The show "got off the ground" at this card identifying them as commercial insurance plan,
initial gathering and now it's full steam ahead, with more actors badly I needed to make the play a eligible for such care, with hos- Blue Cross-Blue Shield, and a De- '"
success. Grouped around Alexander, (left to right) Sue Clark,-Navy wife; Tom Lucet, AN Fast-on pitalized dependents paying the fense Department plan. Under the 1
Six Pete King, PIIAN, VP-18 Peter DiConia AGO Emmet Rodlfer AN '
; ; Ensign School co-producer; present $1.75 a day. third alternative the }
government.
VFP-C2 and Jim AN
; Rohrbacher 0 & R.
Outpatient callers at military would arrange care on a local i,
facilities could under the law be basis to for payment of
arrange
Production !
\ i MorcMusiclansNccdvdFor 'Spirit Of Navy' Begins; charged a small "nuisance" fee, medicare. J;
but won't be.
Now Is For Actors probably A combination of all three may J,
'Spirit Of Navy9 Urgent Need THE NEW ACT AFFECTS be the final recommendation. ,
chiefly the estimated 40% of mil
More musicians are needed Announcement of key production men who will put on "The itary dependents who live too far \

for the stage play "Spirit of Spirit of the Navy" Oct. 27, in celebration of the birthday anniver- away from military facilities to Symphony Orchestra '

the Navy," which is now in rehearsal sary of the U. S. Navy, was made at Monday night's organization benefit by them. Now for $1.75 a

and will be presented. meeting in the Mainside Gymnasium. I day, or $25, whichever is greater Seeking MusiciansAn

Oct. 27 at NAS Jacksonville. Ensigns Herbert Alexander and for each period' of admission, ,
I I[I have about a hundred try out, $OS from the Jacksonville
Although the Jax Navy band Peter DiConza, of AGO School, he said. "None of the parts is dif wives and children are eligible Symphony Orchestra for sorely ..
I
will furnish the musical background
Naval Air Technical Training ficult, or so lengthy as to requirea needed musicians was sent to the for the show, there is
a bad need for violins, horns Center, are co-producers of the great deal of study. Most of the RIVER TIDES Naval Air Station this week by
"
scenes run about 10 minutes. Mrs. Alice Sager, personnel man-
Both offi- NAS
double reeds and piccolos. history-based pageant. AT
Any personnel able to play cers have had experience in college Lt. Beesley stressed a particularneed Sept. High Low ager for the orchestra.The .

the mentioned instruments productions.THE for actors capable of por A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.: need is not limited, appar

should contact Lt. Dave Bees- DIRECTOR is Charles Vi- traying mature characterizations. 21st 0020 1240 0614 1839 ently for Mrs. Sager asked that 1

ley, NAS service information cinus, SN of VF-173, who is The "Spirit of the Navy" con- 22nd 0056 1319 0649 1919 strings, brasses and woodwindswere '
officer, room 237, Main Ad especially qualified by his broad sists of history making episodes 23rd 0134 1400 0727 2001 wanted to fill out the or-

ministration Building, phone experience in community theatre drawn from Navy annals, and 24th 0214 1444 0809 2048 ganization. Private auditions will

extension 272. work. Before entering the Navy linked by means of a narrator. 25th 030Q 1533 0856 2142 be held by Dr. James Christian

Vicinus was with the Shaw Fes Throughout the show the wordsof 2Gth 0337.1629- 0957 2244 Pfohl, conductor, on Tuesday, .

tival, Martha's Vineyard, Mass., Naval heroes that have becomea 27th 0458 1731 1102 .2358 Oct. 2. Appointments for audi- .
ASO ForumSlated and was assistant director of the part of the American heritage tions may be made by contacting :

Shakespeare Festival, Antioch i ring out "loud and clear." Com-

HereA College, Ohio. He also was resi- edy, drama,.and over all the stir- Future Pilots Can Come Right Off |
dent director of the Civic Thea- ring sense of love of country and '
field training forum has been tre in Springfield, Ohio. devotion to duty, 'make up the
scheduled at NAS Jax Sept. 24, show. i The Farm' To Fly First Jet'Trainer I
by the Aviation Supply Office. James Rohrbacher, AN, attached -
The two-hour forum, slated for to Overhaul and Repair PROFESSIONAL renderings of I. .A former "Blackbird" pilot of
presentation in the M a Inside Department, has been named the sets, coupled with photo- VA-45, Ltjg( ) Howard B. Larew, TEMCO, Larew piloted the jet
trainer from its instructor's
Theatre, Building 612, at 1000, stage manager and also brings graphs of the Washington pro had the opportunity to fly the rear or -
and had much
will show the federal cataloging professional experience to the duction, provide guides for back Navy's first primary jet trainer, scat praise
program as it is to be applied in Navy show. Rohrbacher has stage artists and artisans. In ad the TT-1, during this year's Na for the plane from an instructor'spoint
of view."Visibility .
the aeronautical supply organization. toured the country with various i dition a film of the original show tional Aircraft Show at Okla-
has been made available. The is outstanding and
road productions of Broadway homa City, Oklahoma.
need for artists and set designersis the instructor's view equals that .
A slide film augmented by a musicals stage managing the Manufactured by TEMCO Air
road of "Guys and immediately urgent. of the student," he said. "This is
training booklet is the basis of the company craft Corporation of Dallas,
due to elevation of the seat .
presentation. The ASO represen- Dolls" and "Gentlemen Prefer A working and rehearsal area Texas the TT-1 made its first rear
and the fact that both seats are
tative will conduct a question and Blondes. has been set aside on the top deckof public showing at the annual La- "
located forward of the
answer period after the film THE URGENT NEED now according Building 912. But volunteersare bor Day classic. Coincident with wing.

showing. Departments and acti to .Lt. Dave L. Beesley advised to contact the Ser : this, Ltjg( ) Larew was makinghis In comparing the TT-1 and the

vities concerned.with aeronautical who witnessed the Washington, D. vice Information Office, Room first Jet flight since his releaseto "old SNJ" in which he trained,

material are invited to nomi- C. production of "The Spirit of 237, NAS Administration Build- inactive duty in June of this he commented,-!! l1 I could thinkof

nate key personnel to attend the the Navy" last Bummer and is ing, or call extensions 272 or 656 year. while flying from the rear scat
forum. acting in the capacity of business during working hours. I PRESENTLY EMPLOYED by were comments of former flight

Further details may be ob manager of the local production, : instructors who used to gripe

tained by calling extension 781,- is for actors. "We would like to ............. ."'" ......... "'......... "ow,""",,"'., about the restricted visibility of
+ + the "J"-in the TT-1. there is no
t such thing."

Training Center DOD Sets LAREW ADDED THAT he was

Loses Lt. Udovin Up amazed at the plane's acrobatic
wi 0 d N 4a
qualities. "Its rate of roll is excellent
-
Lt. Bert Udovin, Enlisted Per- New Panel To
and with employment of
sonnel Officer at the Naval Air
the speed brake I lost only 500
Technical Training Center will
Leaks feet of altitude in 'split-S' .
Stop
be detached Sept. 29 to report to
,NATTCenter Memphis for duty He saw no reason ,why future
under instruction. To prevent secret military documents aviation cadets couldn't come

Formerly attached to Aviation from falling into the handsof right "off the farm" and fly the

Ground Officers School as a phase "unauthorized persons," the TT-1, The new plane acquaints a

officer, he came to NATTCenterin Secretary of Defense has set up a pilot with the characteristics of

March, 1954. He will attend special committee to'sto the jet-powered flight from the very
Aviation Electronics Officers leaks. beginning of training, thus elimi

School at Memphis. Heading the special committeeis nating the burdensome transition

Lt. Udovin was with Wing Staff Charles A. Coolidge, a former from props to jets as now in effect

74, Naval Air Reserve Training assistant secretary of' defense .F with training commands.

Unit here in 1949-50, before being Serving with him will be selected h The Navy intends: to use the

recalled to active duty and serv Retired: senior officers end defense ,. present evaluation quantity of
ing in Korea. officials. TT-l's to determine the feasibilityof

For the last two and a half The committee supposedly resulted -; commencing a student's flight

years he has been secretary and from the publication of PRIMARY JET TRAINER Ltjg( ) Howard Larew, a former I training in jet-powered aircraft.
vice'president of the Jax Navy documents in May and June "Blackbird" pilot of VA-45, stands In the pilot's seat of the TT-1, It is. presumed that these tests
Officers Toastmasters Club. showing interservice disputesover the Navy's first primary jet trainer. Built by TEMCO Corp. In will be held in late 1957 at NAS
Dallas, Texas, the TT-1 Is presently being evaluated by the Navy to
Ensign Jeanne Murphy is the missiles, aircraft carriers and determine its feasibility for student's flight training In jet-powered Pensacola and the Naval Air Test
new enlisted personnel officer. atomic-vs-conventlonal warfare. aircraft. % Center Patuxent River, Md



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I Better Registration! Deadline If You Want To Vote Nov. b

-
The deadline for registra- tion either is not required of ser- day the state will accept a marked sylvania will take them up to the

tion in states where service- vicemen or it is automatic with ballot. In practically all they will second Friday after election.
men must be registered in application for absentee ballot be counted if received on or be- Rhode Island will take them up SALTY HUMOR FROM

order to vote in the Nov. 6 Some require registration of dependents fore election day. Connecticut, to Dec. 4 'but they must be post- HERE AND THERE
election is only a few weeks however. New York, Kansas and Iowa want marked by election day. And

away. In Georgia and Montana The next deadline is for apply- them the day before election day. Washington will take them up to A recruit was on
it is already past. ing for absentee ballots. Except Oregon wants them five days be- 15 days late if postmarked on or with specific orders to guard admit duty nj
.
Deadlines in other states are: in Utah and North Dakota, where fore election day. California will before election day. car unless it bore a (
Ala.-oct. 27, Ariz.-Oct. 1, Colo. applications may not be made accept them 16 days after the Between now and Nov. 6 stations stopped a tagless car special tag, He

-Oct. 22, Conn.-Oct. 13, Fla.- more than 30 days before election election. Nebraska will take them are required to furnish high-ranking officer. bearing a
: The
Oct. 6, La.-Oct. 6, Mich-Oct. 8, the period is already open. up to the second Thursday after every serviceman with an absen- heard the officer order his guard
Nev.-oct. 6, N. Mcx.-Oct. 8, S. Marked ballots should be re- the election, if postmarked on tee ballot application' a time and to go right through driver
and
C.-Oct. 6, S. D.-oct. 29, Vt.- turned in most states from 30 to election day. place'to mark his balloLand en- said: "I'm sir but calmly
sorry
,
I'm
Nov. 3 and W. Va.-oct. 6. 60 days before election. North Dakota will accept them couragement to return it on time at this. Who do I shoot new
,IN ALL OTIIER states registra- THE BIG DEADLINE is the last up to 20 days after election. Penn- for counting. the driver?" you or

*

I 1tLiC "1iiiitsPrepared Shifts From A few; thousand feet remained

in; the ascent of Mt. Tallier as i

Police Blue family group struggled toward the

summit. Leading the climb was
Hans, then came Fritz, and last,
tIr' To Navy BlueSaturday their mother, all three roped to-

( gether. Suddenly the rope behind

V f: 'h I. Sept. 8, was a big Fritz broke, causing him to yell:
day for W. G. Wester, one of Jack Look, Hans, no Ma."
.
( by NATTC Librarian sonville's traffic patrolmen. He .
for all Navy libraries in the area.) The loafer's only goal in life
was elevated to the rating of chief f f is to make weekends meet.

Pictures, Painters And You: petty officer at the Naval Air Reserve .
The popular art show, held an '
Training Unit at NAS Jax. Mistreated Wife
: "Your honor
nually at the NAST Library, has ,
Five week Wester on the (Fourth of
been announced for October! All days a mans July he threw

our artists will be represented of {}.; his motorcycle along his Roosevelt firecrackers at me, on Thanksgiving -
course, and the rest of us may : :!> Boulevard beat, an active deterrent he smacked me with a
': ':' :: turkey and on Christmas he
need a little study to improve our
to would-be anda
judging when we join the treat r':'> fttg'! speeders conked me with a Christmas tree."
to admire the talent among us. : I' :: / genial guardian of the law. But Judge: "What have you got to
!T' ::4'. 't one weekend a month he shifts say for yourself."
:; .
Art School Self Taught: Ideas : V'.ti <
for artists and help for aspirants! ttj: ,}:i,: ('"" from the blue uniform of the Jax Sailor: "After all judge, what's
Coverage for those who like' to .tJ": ?>">"'Nr'l'__ } ;,,*5_",:W ft police into Navy Blue and drives the sense of holidays if a guycan't
do a little "
celebrating?
experiment and would know MERITORIOUS AWARD A meritorious civilian service out Roosevelt to the Naval Air .
more about different techniques. award for praiseworthy performance of duty is presented to Station to join his fellow "Week
Anyone Can Draw: Mr. Zaiden- Sidney II. Clark, leading-man of Transportation Division of Public The woman rushed out of the
berg makes it really seem Works Department, by Capt. William S. Harris, NAS Jax commanding end Warriors" of Patrol Squadron house and ran smack into her
easy officer. The award is the second highest that can be be- VP-741. next door neighbor. "Going some-
for the person who starts with stowed upon employees for their efforts. Nineteen other employees where "
only the hope that his sketch pad were cited and received cash awards for superior accomplishmentsat "Chief" Wester, whose new designation ? asked the neighbor.
will produce a recognizeableitem. the same ceremony. At the right Is Lt. William Barron, Shops ADRCA, stands for "Yes. I'm baking a cake from a
Engineer of Public Works. recipe I heard
on the radio. It
Should
the
you prefer joy Acting Chief Aviation Machinist'sMate
Of mixing paints, try his Anyone for reciprocating engines, is said to put all the ingredients in
20 a bowl and then beat it for five
Can Paint. Employees Cited For a veteran of 12 years in the Navy.
minutes. Sounds but I'm
silly, on
How To Draw Animals: Most Chief Wester, or Patrolman "

people start with a dog, a cat or Superior AchievementsA Wester, whichever, you prefer, my way .
a cow when a crayon is first joined the Navy in 1942, and Marine
to his five
talking
clutched in baby fingers. The meritorious civilian service award to Sidney H. Clark, Public served on ''active duty until 194 6. son
after the "And that
years
skillful job requires more mature Works Department employee, highlighted a presentation of awards I During part of that time he b war: ,
observation! A difficult tech- last Friday to 20 NAS Jax employees for their superior achievementf served aboard the heavy 'carrier my son" how World' War II was

nique is explained in simple duties. "Sitkoh Bay." He was off the won.
Son "But
: Daddy, why did
terms for those who would modela Six of the group received individual coast of Japan at the time of the
favorite pet for "best of show." 1. Kloever, and A. L. .White, final surrender. they need all those other marines
superior accomplishment shared $60. The cited ?"
group was
Now We'll Try Oils: Devoteesof award checks of $200 each, seven for the superior manner in which During the Korean crisis, whenJacksonville's t
this medium claim it is the
shared it conducted the triennial inventory patrol squadroVP741 n
an award for $300, while -
most satisfying of all forms. A
was called into
active
of New Vaccine
book to six more shared a superior work plant account equipment.
good encourage the be- duty, Chief Wester and his squad ,
ginner or the artist who may award of $60. Capt. William S. ronmates were stationed on Malta -
have hit a snag.Layman's Harris, commanding officer of MOB\ Payments Due in the Mediterranean Successful

Guide To Modern NAS Jar, made the presentationsat Mutual Death Society members *

Art: For all the jokes about it, the conference room of the are reminded that assessment No. "Don't be discouraged Lulu Against Grippe

the serious artist substantiates a Main Administration Building. 67 is due by Sept 25 and No. 6 8 said Lulu's mom, "in this worldtherets
claim to method and reason in- a man for
herent in this type of work. A CLARK'S meritorious awardwas and 69 are due for payment by It's a wonderful arrangement.every woman." A new vaccine against certain

good book to help anyone bringan the first to be earned here in Oct. 2. No. 68 and 69 is a double "I know mama said .grippe-type ailments proved successful
Lulu.don't "I
open mind to the art show. assessment and should when tried out by the
some time. The Public Works em- not be included want to change it, I just Public Health Service and the
Lust For Life: We've heard thata ployee was cited for his consistent with No. 67. want to get in, on it." Navy recruits at the
on 4,000
movie is to be made of this fic-
tionalized life of Van Gogh. Have high performance of duty over a Great Lakes, Ill., Naval Training

you read it? Or Moon And Sixpence petiod of years and his continuous Center last winter.

a noval based on the, life efforts to improve the operationof Developed by the PUS and pro-
of Gauguin? If you have enjoyed the refueling pool, the unit to duced experimentally for use
these, don't miss "Written In The which he is assigned against three of the 13 known

stars." Very little is really knownof John Barry Jr, Richard Holden, types of "APC" viruses, it 1 is

Albrecht Durer's life but this James Roland, Henry Easterling, aimed particularly against Types
novel is convincing conjecture and Elbert Green of Overhauland 3, 4 and 7, the most important as

along with a delightful background Repair Department, along a cause of respiratory virus dis-
; of 16th Century Nurem- with Lawton Green of Supply De- ease in-military populations. But

berg. partment, were the recipients PHS officials say that it is known

Art Through The Ages: Excellent $200 each for their individual and that Type 3 at least occurs in the

for reference as well as reading untiring efforts, outstanding in- general population and Types 1
or study. All libraries hav itative, and ingenuity while performing t_ ( and 2 probably do to some extent.

representative collections for enjoyment their tasks. y. .The types of ailments are illnesses

of the fine arts but the WALTER Dobarszynskl, John ,S characterized by fever, not
NAS Library .has the most comprehensive McAndrews, Raymond Mausert, y the non-feverish infections generally :
stock in the field, Emmett Remley, George Repoff: Y designated as the "common
both for the active artist and for Harold Robinson and Leonard cold."

r those who enjoy a restful hou Wood, of Power Plant Division at I V The tests' at Great Lakes were

or two browsing through folioR sachievement O & R shared $300 for their made only of Type 4, but the vaccine -
R and beautifully illustrated an in effecting a gradual : built up protective antibodies

books. Visit there and, wh and consistent reduction in die _.._on .. -----. in the blood against all three. The
t knows, you may be inspired beyond rect man-hours expended in their SAFETY -AWARD FOR FUEL DEPOT recruits volunteering for the tests
your fondest dreams! shops in connection with the en- safety, made on behalf of the Secretary of the -'Two awards for were observed for respiratory ill-
> gine overhaul program. by Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell, Navy, were presented -
Commander unvaccinated
ville last week to the Fled Air Jackson_ nesses along with 12,000
Two kittens were watching a Another O & R group, from was awarded the Achievement Navy Fuel Depot in in Jacksonville. The Depot recruits who .served as
tennis match: one cat' sale Plant Division, including W. f Vehicle Safety eertlli'ates. Left to right Industrial Safety and Motor controls. There were no undesirable -
proudly, "My mother is in tha Clearman Jr., Bryan Cornwall, officer in charge of the Fuel Depot: Cecil are Newsome Lt
i racket" Clyde Sharpe, Isadora Stokes, R. spector the; Noble new off.ceMn Jordan. fire tharre chief; and: I.tdr.Admiral John! Dunn, who, safety Is to become In-. only one dose of vaccine was
CornwelJ.
if # Iivcn.JAX .



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20 September 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five "\f fUp



The .


LADDERWith

,,to
Civilians

,
(Periodically the Jax Air Newt ..."'IfI. <

In cooperation with! the industrial
Relations Department will list %
J \ ii stiti.Tr
yw
various promotion for Naval Air

Station civilian personnel.) The Office of Armed Forces Information .

Promoted effective Sept. 9 and and Education and the

St pt. 17 were nine personnel, four state governments have joined ".
from-Public Works Department, hands in helping servicemen, Federal .

two from Supply Department, employes and their depend.
two from Security Departmentand ents, who will be absent from

one from Overhaul and Re- their states, to vote in Novem'I

pair Department. ber's election. ,

Promoted at Public Works were To guide you in your state's

Marlin Knowles, laborer 3rd stepto particular absentee voting laws, 'I

automotive equipment serviceman AFPS has prepared a three-part .'

first step; Bettie Krifka, voting series. This is the seventhin .t

clerk typist 'GS-2 to clerk typist a" series dealing with registering \

GS-3; Albert Marshall, laborer VARIED RATES-Many and varied are the ratings at NATTCenter's- only Class d school-Naval to vote by absentee ballot. '

third step to field tractor operator Air Weapons System School. Ten different ratings are attending the school for rates of guided mis- HAWAII '
first step; and Nathaniel Whitley, silemen (GF) and aviation fire control technicians AQ). Examples: left to right) are Peter De Registration is permanent un-
laborer 3rd step to field tractor Retter, AB1; George Bowen, AMI; Frederick Schiefelbein, Pill; Charles Dreyer, GF1; James Burgess, less a person failed to vote in '.
AK1; William Frohock, AT3; David Kelly, AD2; William Christian Jr., ALl; Donald Kenneback, A01; '
operator 1st step.Advanced and Russell Ellis, AQ1.Survivors 1952.Military

at Supply were personnel do not have )

Joseph Duncan, warehouseman3rd to register in person. /
.Law
Requires Military
step to stockman 2nd step and I 'Navy Log' Show All qualified persons may regis

Betty Henderson, prop-supply I ter by absentee process. An "Affi 1
clerk GS-3 to prop-supply' clerk To Possess Social Security CardThe To Begin Oct. 17 davit on Application for Registra-;

GS4. tion" form should be requested .
machinery to see 'that all active duty'personnel of the
"Navy Log" will be televisedover '
Security from the County Clerk, county of
personnel promoted
Armed Forces on or after Jan. 1, 1957, have a Social Security card theABC-TV network dur-
residence in Hawaii. (Residents of
John
were Cash, fire fighter GS5 -
in their possession and that the card numbers are registered in per- ing the 1956.57 season begin-
Honolulu should
to, supervisory fire fighter GS-6; request them.
sonnel jackets has been set in motion.
ning Oct 17.Approximately. .
and Clifton Edwards, fire fighter n from their City Clerk.) I
Under Title 4 of the Servicemen's 100 stationsof
tt
GS-5 to supervisory fire fighter warded to his new duty station. It is recommended that such requests -
and Veteran's Survivor
the' network will carry the I
GS-8. NAVY PERSONNEL who already be made at once. The ex-
Benefits Act, which provides weekly Wednesday
program on -
Lenoma, Crews was advancedat have Social Security Cards, ecuted form and the affidavits of ;
wage credits for active military nights. The show can be ..
0 & R from typist GS-2 to including those issued as railroad at least three qualified voters
service toward Social Security viewed locally over W JlIP-
clerk-typist GS3.HERE'S retirement numbers, or issued in stating that they know the applicant .j
benefits active membersand
all duty TV, Channel 36, at 1930.
Puerto Rico or in the Spanish' must be received by theCounty
those on active training. duty
including midshipmen at the language, or whose cards are received or City clerk not later
from the SSA, will complete I YWCA Extends InvitationTo than. Oct.
Naval Academy, come under the 10.MINNESOTA
contributory coverage provisions Form OA-702 "Individual Sept. 28 DanceA
of the Social Security system.In Order to Adjust Pay Record," entering Registration is required in all \
order that the wage credits in Item 8 the individual's. general invitation is extendedto cities and towns with populations

and deductions may be creditedto Social Security number as shown all Station service personnel to of 10,000 or more and in some

individual accounts, all ser- on the card and identifying it as- attend an informal dance being cities and towns with populations

vice personnel are required to such. I sponsored by the Jax: YWCA, between 5,000 and 10,000. Regis

either complete Form SS-5, "Application Social Security cards will t e Sept. 28. The dance will be held tration is permanent in Duluth '

for Social Security Account delivered to individuals with instructions from 1930-2400 in the YWCA St. Paul and Minneapolis unless .

>. :"::. :.',:' .;. Number," or, if they already to keep them carefullyfor auditorium located at 325 E. a person failed to vote at least I
,
,, ; possess a number but have, use in military service as well Duval StCommissary once during two consecutive elec- *
,, > .w... card obtain as civilian life. -...--- tion years. In other cities and ,
lost or misplaced the to -
towns where registration is I
required
a duplicate as soon as possi- Store
To Induct 17,000In it is permanent unless a

ble.IN CASES WHERE A changeIn October Closed On Sept. 28 person failed to vote at least once )

name has occurred since the The NAS Commissary Store since 1952.Membera.

I initial Social Security numberwas "Selective Service has been located in Building. 135, will be of the Armed Forces,

obtained, due to marriage, divorce asked by the Defense Departmentto closed for inventory Friday, Sept. all persons connected with the
induct 17,000 men into the 28. The store will be for
court order or former use open Armed Forces, their spouses and
n of a pseudonym, an applicationfor Army in October, an increase of business as usual Saturday, Sept. dependents accompanying themare

a replacement of the card 3,000 over September. 29. permanently registered whena

should be made on Form OAAN- Federal ''Post Card applicationfor

7003. The applicant will show his an absentee ballot is acceptedby
,
home of record and not his mailing the County Auditor, county of

yA 1 or military address in Item 3 residence. Registration in ad.

of this form, and Item 2 of Form vance, therefore, is not required.

SS5. .;; All other qualified persons may
He will designate the military register by absentee process by

service of which he is a member 4i requesting a "Registration Application
and his present military addressin ,. Form" from the Commissioner

Item' 12 of Form SS-5 and :..:,t'.;'. .;::::,;:. of Registration, place of
Item 13 of Form OAAN-7003. Mil- residence. The executed form

itary addresses.will be shown as' should be returned before Oct 17.

prescribed in the Standard Navy SOUTH DAKOTA

Distribution List for the activity Registration is permanent un

concerned. I' less a person failed to vote in
FILE AND SERVICE numbers
1952
changed his residence to
will follow the signature of the another
voting precinct or
in Item 14 of Form SS5
applicant -
changed his political affiliation.All .
and Item 15 of Form OAAN-

.... --. ...,. 7003. On both forms Items 7 and registration persons by absentee may accomplish
process.
8. are self-explanatory. Complete
of the { Servicemen, civilian employes
LUCY One
-
information should be given, or if # / '-%
new bright prospects on the + assisting the Armed Forces and
it is not known enter "Not ao
,
movie horizon is Lucy Marlow, $ their spouses who are absent from
Columbia Pictures starlet; She's Known.
all packed and ready to go, but A supply of Forms SS-5 and South Dakota, or a registeredvoter
she hasn't said where. (Photo OAAN-7003 will be made available of the same precinct actingon
courtesy Loew's Normandy the absent person's behalf may
in all commands. The forms
Outdoor Theatre.) apply for registration by request-
and
must be completed accurately
Ing a "Registration Affidavit
Martin\ 'Mars' Makes forwarded for processing to the
Form" from the County Auditor,
Social Security Administration,
Last Pacific FlightThe Baltimore, Md., at the earliest 4 county of residence, at any time.

Navy's famed Martin possible date.Applications. The completed form must be
for personnel on received by appropriate officials
"Mars" has made its last passenger -
' flight from Hawaii to California. leave, temporary additional duty, a.Y I w before Oct. 17. '

retir- in transit, etc. at the time the initial .. All other persons may registerby
The Navy is currently is made will be .;.;:;";;<<.,.".,i:.4' ,:, :.. ,.k';' ;. : ......n. : j ;.;.:" 'W'Ii_ ... absentee
ing four remaining "Mars" sea- shipment process by requestinga
planes which for more than 10 held by the command for about NEW HONOR COMPANY FLAG A brand new Hag denot- "Registration Affidavit Form"
years have carried supplies to the 60 days and them forwarded to ing the honor company of Aviation Electrician Mate School Class from the County Auditor, countyof
A was presented Robert Miller, AN, of Company 56.30, by Ledr.
Pacific and ferried more than the SSA. Cards received at a com- residence. This should be received .
Lawrence Heron last week. The company will hold the flag for 30
200,000 passengers without mis- mand from where the applicanthas days, with its attendant privileges. It was the seventh such presentation by appropriate officials
hap. been transferred will be for since: the honor system was started at the school. before Oct. 30.



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's Bid For
1L wavy
(( OW" TO 'GET YOUR ABSENTEE J Okefenokee Land



Meets ObjectionsThe


Navy already twice rebuffed -
l YoTE! in land deals this year-

near Annapolis where it wantedto

build an air field and on Par-,
ramore Island, Va. where it
Armed Forces Press Service! is issuing state-by-state ,informa- aiUIL
; planned a bombing range-went .
tion on absentee voting. Six states are covered this week as part of .4Ir .. down
to defeat a third time when
continuing series. 1 1y Georgia Congressmen .turned

MARYLANDUnregistered Ballot in Pennsylvania. 1 down $2.6 million in order to pre
members of the VIRGINIA serve Okefenokee Swamp.A .
Armed Forces and civilians attacked
Any qualified voter may use an I bombing range for use by
to or serving' with the absentee ballot.Servicemen planes of theJax, Navy Complexwas
Armed Forces outside U. S. u'x
may
may send a Federal badly needed and the funds
send Federal Post Card applica- ,,
Post Card application to the Sec- were authorized for '50 square
tions to the Secretary of State, retary of State, Richmond. Ballots miles of Okefenokee swamplandfor

Annapolis. Ballots will be mailedas will be sent to those outside the that purpose. At first no objections -
early as Sept. 12, and must be U. S. starting Aug. 8 and to per- were raised and the proJ-

returned in time for forwardingto sonnel within the U. S. after Sept. ect appeared set. Then unexpect-
local voting officials by elect 7. Marked ballots must be sent edly the Congressmen raised

tion day. to officials by registered mail in strenuous protest.

Other qualified voters unavoid- time to be forwarded to local vot- It< ..... ,.........,. The Georgia swamp,just northof
ably absent from the state may ing stations before the polls close FAST CHECK CASHING No strain now to have your paycheck Jacksonville on Highway 1,
send for an "Application for an Nov 6.Other. cashed, Arthur Lamance, RMSN\ of Fleet Air Wing; Eleven, has long been a tourist attraction
Absentee Ballot" from the Boardof finds out as he takes advantage of the new check-cashing facility
voters offering boat rides the
qualified must, request through
Supervisors of Elections in the located In the Mainslde Navy Exchange retail store. The check-
an "Application for Ballot"from cashing booth has been Installed by the Exchange In keeping'with marshy territory which seemsto
city: or county of residence by the Registrar, place of resi- Its policy of giving better service. The pay check-cashing tremble and shake. The swamp
Oct. 16. The above office wil mail dence. If outside the U. S., request Is done free of charge to all military: personnel.ing abounds with many types of wild-
ballots not later than Oct. 31 and .
should be made between I life, especially alligators and
receive ballot Compulsory Training
the marked
must Aug 8 and Oct. 30, within the U. snakes. .
before the polls close election day. S. between Sept. 7 and Oct. 30. Opposed By NRA Class () Subject I'' The.Navy now admits that the

MONTANA. The completed form, with 43 Opposition to compulsory reserve To Tax project may have Jo be aban-
Members of the Armed Forces, cents, must be returned to the training and extension of Before doned. Top Navy and Defense of.

and civilian employes\ officially Registrar. Ballots are mailed on mess and commissary privilegesto Final DivorceDivorce ficials >j J n s tea d are discussing
attached to and serving with the the same schedule as for servicemen. .certain reservists headed a plans with :Florida Congressmento

Armed Forces outside the U. S. slate of resolutions adopted by the tax laws are clarified put the range in one of four
may mail a Federal Post Card application For further information, see Naval Reserve Association at its for wives of servicemen in sites near St. Augustine. How

to County,.City or Town your voting officer. annual convention in Cleveland. the process of obtaining divorces ever, whereas the Okefenokeearea
Clerk, place of residence. and collecting Class Q permitted bombing with full-

Other qualified voters within allotments during interlocutory load ammunition,. the Florida
the continental U. S. should request period. sites allow only for enough explo-
an "Application for an Ab- Comprised of a deduction sive in the bombs to mark the
sentee Voter's Ballot", from the from the serviceman's pay anda hits.
above appropriate office. contribution from the gov- S. .

No application will be accepted ernment, the Class Q allotmentis Launching Set
before Sept. 22. Ballots will not be usually tax exempt for those

mailed to voters before Oct. 7, and who receive it. However, dur-
must be returned in time to reach ing the interlocutory period For New Carrier
close only the government portionis
officials before the polls
Nov. 6. tax: exempt to the wife, and USS RangerThose
NEW JERSEY she is liable for income tax on

Servicemen may send a Federal her husband' contribution.In who have seen the new
Post Card application to the turn the husband may aircraft carrier USS (Saratoga,

' Clerk county of residence, at any 1s* claim as a deduction the recently berthed at NAAS May-
time. Ballots will be mailed after 1F amount paid during the inter- port, were 'advised she was the
Oct. 12. Marked ballots must locutory period when he files largest ship afloat anywhere in
reach officials by Nov. 6. d his annual tax return. the world.

Other qualified voters may request But brother, they ain't seen
an absentee ballot by writ- nuthin't! -

ing to their County Clerk, giving LS1'- Students Sent The USS Ranger, third Forres-

place of voting residence, reason stal-class aircraft carrier which
_____ ,
m
for which absentee ballot is To Schools Lack will be launched Sept. 29 at the
needed and address to which ballot NEW EQUIPMENT -.With more emphasis on the practical Newport News and
side and less on theory, new methods of instruction will be used In Shipbuilding .
should be sent. The time sche- the streamlined, 11-week program of AvlaUon Ordnancemen School ClearancesThe Dry Dock Company, will not only
dule for receiving and mailing Class A. William Bell, AO1, shows Bill Smith, SN, and Pfc Richard equal the "Sara" in length and
back ballots is the for Mlllsap. tire control circuit used In Instruction the
same as a panel during Bureau of Naval Personnelsays improved facilities, but will be
electricity .
servicemen. phase.AOA equipped with major advances in
that despite an earlier request -
OHIO to commanding officers to her weapons-handling equipment.An .
Any person who will be 10 School 2nd To Adopt tighten security, students con- all-welded aluminum ele-
miles or from his voting
more tinue to arrive at service schools vator has been intalled on the
precinct or absent from the coun- port side, replacing conventionalsteel
New Shortened ProgramSecond with inadequate or improper security '
ty on election day may vote ab- clearances. types used on other Forres-

sentee. of the Class A (non-rated) schools at the Naval Air They also claim that many stu- tal-type carriers. The 63 x 52 foot
Servicemen can send a Federal 1 Technical Training Center to adopt the new svelte program is Aviation dents are sent to communication, elevator, weighing 105 tons, is the
Post Card application to the Clerkof
i Ordnancemen School which is shortening its course from 14 toll schools ,without a valid cryptographic largest and heaviest all-welded
the County Board of Elections, weeks. .clearance. aluminum structure ever built.

county of residence. Ballots will Part of the overall training The BuPers plea is for com Yet it is still lighter than steel
be mailed out starting Sept. 7, officer. elevators!
Command's plan to expedite manding-officers to see that pro-
and must be returned to officialsby "WHEN A GRADUATE
reportsto Her
launching 26 months
only
trained personnel for billets in spective students in their com-
noon, Nov. 6. the Fleet he will be able to
after the keel was laid also ringsup
the Fleet, the Ordnancemen mands have proper security clear-
Other qualified voters must request working job at "
assume a once,
a new record on Forrestal-
School's Class A course will' be ance before being sent to' service
an "Application for Absent
Williams said.Operational. class carriers.
broken into two divisions with schools. .
,
Voter's Ballot" from above
the
problems have
Unique in her construction '
BuPers Instruction 5510.3E was
ratings of aviation ordnanceman con-
office. If outside the U. S. thevoters' been increased from five days to the
of
utility (AOU) and aviation ord- tains a revised list of courses for use two dry docks. The
ballot will be mailed after
15 days of practical instruction.
nanceman turrets (AOT). which security clearance is re- building work started on the
Sept 7. If within the U. S.
application Eliminated in the new
programis smaller dock and about four
quired and the type of clearance ,
will A COMMON CORE of basic
forms not be
acceptedor the aviation fire control tech- months later, when the Forrestalwas
to take instruction.
ballots mailed before Oct. 7. ordnance will be maintained for nician phase as a new Class A necessary----. launched, the partially com-
Marked ballots must reach officials seven weeks, then broken into school and separate rating of AQ pleted hull of the Ranger was

by noon Nov 2. two components for four more has been established in Memphis.The Navy Shows Gain floated into the larger facility
PENNSYLVANIAMembers weeks. i' first class of AOU's and then vacated.
of the Armed Forces Eight men will be selected for AOT's will begin October 1, and In ManpowerNavy The Ranger bears the name of

may send a Federal Post Card turret training, their selection be- by November 2 the whole school the first ship ever completely designed -
application to the Secretary of ing based on volunteers, mechan- will be under the new schedule. strength was estimatedat and built aircraft
as an
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania ical and electrical aptitudes, and Until that time the school will 669,296 on June 30, a boost of carrier, in 1928, also at Newport .
,Harrisburg, or the County academic standing in the first function under both the old and some 3,000 over the previous News.
Board of Elections, county of res- seven weeks of AO School. the new -plan. month, the Defense Department .

idence. Ballots will be mailed on Three times as much practical Sailors only, at the present disclosed. "Youth must be served"

or before Oct. 12, and must be re- work, rather than theory, is time, will make up the turret Despite a gain by the Navy and "Yeah, then carried out.
ceived by officials before 10 a.m. planned "to help the individual," classes, but the course was Air Force, the armed forces .
Nov. 6. explained AvOrdTech William planned to include marines when strength
dropped another 6,000 A woman is only a woman .
No others vote by absentee Williams, school assistant train- *
may necessary. during June. but a good cigar is a smoke.



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20 September 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven .

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v

Hunting At Station Told -


Mr K ,xAP +r +WW ++R I It NAS fishermen will soon be

permitted to break out the rod the St. Johns River along the

4 s { and reel here at the Naval Air boundaries of the NAS, except
that shrimping adjacent to the
rk Station, according to a revised -
instruction. restricted areas prohibited..
Shrimping permits be obtained
Fishing in the St. Johns River may
from the Station Police,
and along the north shore of the
Building 9 anytime after 1630
,
Casa Linda Lake shall be per
daily.
mitted on the reservation by off!
cers and enlisted personnel, their The instruction states that

families and guests, and by civilian hunting or the taking of game
q { employees during their off aboard the station is prohibited.

# .? ; i hours. Elsewhere in Florida the hunter
requires a license for the County
'
However, fishing will not be
and state-wide
permitted on the Boat House .coverage.. .
docks or along the sea plane

ramps. FreelancersPlace

.. v-----.,.,... ,n _.. II A STATE FRESH Water Fishing .
License is required, and all
THIS IS THE LIFE-Salt air and salt/: sailors is the theme here while filbert Vtirntlne' RMSN, Florida laws pertaining to the 5 InBroadhead
I and James Murry, AA, take advantage of the fishing facilities at Malnside fish shack located at the
foot of Ranger street. Fishing regulations aboard the station have been revised and tear is availableat I season and the taking of freshwater .
the fishing shack. fish and sea food shall

govern the fishing aboard the station

12 Clubs Vie In I It is also stated that commercial Jax Navy Freelance bowmen
fishing of any type is placed five archers in the 56-tar-

Center BowlingTwelve prohibited. get broadhead shoot on the
JAX AIR NATTCenter last Sunday
range ,
THOSE ANGLERS holding i
teams'have entered the SPORTS sweeping the archer class event

two-round, 11-week NATTCenter NEWSSauers shrimping permits may shrimp in and posting a winner in the open

Fall Bowling League, with Naval class.

Air Weapons System School as 'AO School The results:

defending champs because of Expert B Won by Pat Potter -

its runaway win of the Spring I Paces GolfBob Cecil Field, 695.

competition.Teams Bowman Class Won by Ceo.

entered include two Capture Annual Dad, Son McCauley's Blockbusters Jolley, Gainesville, 615; Fred Davenport -

from NavAirWeaps, Aviation from Aviation Orinanceman Cecil Field 610; Rose

Ground Officers School, Airman M-Doubles CrownJim Tourney Sept 23 School fired five points over Aviation Weatherby, Jax Navy, 595.

Preparatory School, and one each Sept. 23 marks the date for Electricians in the NATT- Archer Class Won by Bob

from Aviation Ordnancemen Aviation and Betty Sauers edged the annual Father and Son Center Intramural Golf League to Stengrim, 455; Paul Underson, ..

Storekeepers, Support i out Al and Celia DePalmas by Golf Tournament to be playedat top the ten teams in the circuit as 405; Lamar Williamson, 400, all ,

Splinters, -Aviation Electricians, three points to capture the NATT the NAS Golf Course. the first half ended last week. of Jax Navy.
Administration, and Marine Aviation Last year's champion Novice Class Won by Elise
Center mixed doubles bowling The Blockbusters, made up of .
Detachment. Porter, Cecil Field, 215.
Comdr, Frank Heyer and his
Summit Mike
championship as play ended last McCauley, Charley ,
Matches will be rolled Tuesdaysand son will not be in competitionthis Benak, J, J. Orias, Joe Thorntonand Open Class Won by Carl

Thursdays at 1800 and 2000, Friday. year, so the field is wide H. L. Gordon, defeated the Goddard, Jax Navy, 490.
with five alleys in use. Play Individual high averages (men) open. Sparkles 5 to 1. The Jax Navy Club will holda
begins October 2. Entries should be submittedas turkey shoot Sunday, October
Jim Sauers, 169; Al DePalma, 165;
Meanwhile Ed Gottlieb's sextet
.
.
to the Golf 21, Morning registration will be
Red Greenwood, 163. (Women) soon as possible from Naval Air Weapons System at nine o'clock and afternoon at
Shack ext ensign 8157.
,
NAWS Jane Hughs, 148; Fran Paris, 142; School, defending'champions, one o'clock.
Eyes Elinor Greenwood, 126. were in second place. .
Last week's results: AGO 5,
ClubsIn OWGA Tee Off
High team game (with handi- 20Bowling AK 1;' Administration, '4, Sup-

3rd StraightDetong cap) Lancasters, 430. Without Mainside LoopA Splinters, 1; MAD 2, AK; AN-P Winners NamedClass

: handicap-DePalmas, 386. One 4, Administration 2; AGO 2,
record turnout of 20 teams A winners in the Officers
High team series (with hand! SupSplinters 1.
CupWith will open play Monday, Sept. 24 WON LOST Wives Golf Association Tournament -

cap icap), Hughs 1103. 1137. Without hand in the Mainside intramural bowling NavAlrWenpi AO School :17::14 '14 13 held Tuesday, were Alice '

league. AGO School :12 1S's'
six Ahl and Brum Tefft.
sports remaining on
the 1956 Captain DeLong trophy High individual game (men) Due to the large number of AK AdministrationSupSv'Inten School :2'J..I'J'% 2'J 241" Class B winners were Isobel

program, Naval Air Weapons Claude Foster, 233. (women) teams entered, games will be AN-I* 'One : 23'AN.1' 20 DeMent, Jetty Morehouse, and
June Hughs, 200.HighJndividual. toward December to 27'
System doubled-up Two 11 Midge McArthur.
School today is fairly on MnrAvDet 1:4: 3.\
its way to winning the coveted series
NATTCentcr cup for the third Jim Sauers, 579. (women) June ... .. ,,,,, _, who are interested in joining the
.. .. "' "
,, < : :<\ >> $"" < .
$'w..m."t'I
"w." >: *+:.< ; :
Hughs 515. .". '< : << "< '' ; 's-s >"" '' : V, : :t'' organization are asked to contact
straight year and permanent pos r;:: :; : <; ,;:; fv:: : :'; "< '' : 'F\.; y. ; r
session of the' annual award. WON LOSTSauers : > t#? the Golf Shack or come out on
1314 16V
Tuesday mornings. Tee-Off timeis
Comdr. Thomas Casey's Mis- Del'almai 49 19lioatwrlghtt : 7.;; >4 i k ,.Jd' ; ; .< 1., 1 14*;
silemen champions in tennis <<>}/4 23tf, .: rp r. >1 t& f11t1?j 0830.

chess and, bowling, and high in, Jujthl Astons :::16:-W'i>2Vi 21 23V4Dauiwhf 2H}* '1:';:< :>': ':ri j ;.':;;: ;:$ :rf<: ,F&& i 4 kt.iJ: !J --I..

the nine other completed events, 1>. Varnei ::14 33: 4 j1 i1 Holds
3.\ :,;( 0:: Hospital
,
Fosters
have total.of ;
a 6,724 points. 31 \
"
'
: 3.1 1iJ.t"
.
,
Meanwhile torrid second- Paris Botthols 221;! 3311!!, ;:.'>. ::' ; ..:;;: D t : :rti'fh : tJ. Z .j

place race is developing between Laneastert'arcs .:4',4 1trrenwoodl % i: ..:,;' :i.:t' 1\.,,. n,.,.. i !C'C.r., k.Mt<(X"I'.Jjf.: ;{: 'tt. J.lh'. ,.. Links Lead .
'' tFft.tf&t1
( JJ ; _) I : > 'jt1
Airman Preparatory School, 5,674 S. Varnei :Jl 37 ; :i.f\t.: < t rii iY Naval Hospital maintained its
points Aviation Ground Officers Perkins 37StahU > : rl i 4i l t11 Z ?ft
.
; .:: 4til ;
'/ "
29 35 ; ; lead in the Mainside Intramural
School / .. ,. Y;; Jl. j ",a f f ;, thi; 1': l
I. f '
'' .
and Aviation Store 33V4Sit
fn
5,442 :
; lesslngeil )9'I : < ; :>W'f.i'; ":' 4 ; '
anl'l :! ,. < ':' ''; .; ':'..} \ / :; {4>MJ$& ::y."" :.%./.\ keepers, 5,383.Aviation g Neab n% :;.,......\:::>....">>< f ,, /3. )y4/'v; .>:KS' d fs ',,t;>.. ;: } second week of play, with a record
.
Storekeepers produced J.. 4 ,:
: of 16 1/2.11/2.
champions in table tennis and >: f ; '. :! W- {.s "Y yx t; In last week's results Opera-

horseshoes; Aviation Electricians, Center ,, :J Md ,
3 Share ;;: : "., < 11' $iiI :sJt>* Y>: ( tions defeated Supply-Fiscal 8-1.
Softball; Marine. Aviation Detach. + : '
.
dt/.l) ; )1 1J$f J Nixon of Operations was low man
ment Airman ., <.. ; 3f.! School .
swimmipg; ,,< .. jW r: ,
Lead %.#' ;.,t. "/ :& ; 'V"y. *' 't with a 38. FaetuLant and NARTU
V-Ball 1
badminton and Aviation Ground '; ) : :tYJi !> /JJ. ;
; ;,"'
.y. ; split 4 1/2 points, while Administration
"" iJ \ i .. 1
: :*
Officers, basketball. champions Aviation :..l.t. t::,1ydsj: .,. .. .: ',. .,' :$ blanked VAH-3, 9-0. Bob
Defending
Points yet to be ,determined .,,*,. ?: '.. ", ..' Thiel hot for Admin with
was a
,
Electricians School won its opening >>.'N,<. ,%a >' 1 y E
include acey deucey, volleyball, ba
39.
f
NATTCenter
Fall touch football, checkers, golf and volleyball games league of the last week and i ; "x'! Fasron 109 downed FAW-11,

bowling. is tied for the top spot with 7.2, despite a sensational 34

Teams Total three other clubs. turned in by the Wingers' Joe
NAWS School 6724
McDonald. It was the best score so
ANP( ) School 5674 The results: x' far in intramural competition. .
-
-" :';"'4,4'f", :
AGO School 5442 AE defeated ANP( ) Two, 15-1, Won Lost Average
.... no.pltal 1S 1 ,942NAI1TU :
AK School 5383 15-5; NavAirWeaps defeated Special .j( 211% I% .m
Spec. Serv.MarineAirDetch.. 4591 Services, 15-0, 15-2; ANP( ) Admin. 13' .' ,765
V AII-1 12 I ,64.6 '
3826 One defeated AGO-Two, 15-10, Operations 17% 9% ,6)4:
MarAvDet, 1513 o'AW.ll 11 7 ..611o.af'hl
AE School 3646 15-4; AK defeated ) 14 tJ: .5.1.'S .
AO School 2813 15-12; AGO-One defeated AO, l'uro09 13'13% ..rs'C
.omFllrJlx 7' 101,4 .412
"
Admin. 1835 15-13 15-9; AE defeated AGO-TwO NavAirWeapsl53,15.11 de- .. T ,.." VAIl Y 3 Fiscal b 22 ,,185FFr
; :
Pistol Club Meets feated AN (P) Two, 15.13,12.15,- AHOY THE BOAT While awaiting the first of its new If- 2S 1'4 11514 ..0003
AO foot.Rhodes Bantams sailing craft, the Jax NUT Sailing Club still .
Jax Navy's Pistol Club will 15-4; ANP( ) One defeated defeated gets Jn training and practice licks aboard the Andromeda. On the There's a difference between

hold a meeting for all interested 15-0, 15-55; AGO-One I tiller Is Larry: Maaeval, of Marine Aviation Detachment; with good, sound reasons and reasons
members in Building 397 at 1900, MarAvDet, 15-1, 15-13/K; de- I Helen Strawn, Naval Hospital Rd Cross on the Jib shed; and that just ,sound good.
malnsheet.
September 25. feated Special Services, forfeit. Irmel Dillard, NAS operations,

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 20 September 1956



mmmm. Recruit ProgramVia A II:


FOR RENT 'Dime Store'

3 bdrm hse. Gar. Kitch. equip
Marine
Navy and recruiting
4729 Blending Blvd. EV 86362.
Oakley. stations will team up with the

1 bdrm. turn apt. 5934 Wesconnet Woolworth "dime store" chainin

Blvd EV 8-6362. Oakley. a nationwide publicity program

3 rm. furn. apt. 1535 Hubbard St. in October.
EV 99702. Neth.
3 rm. furn. apt. $12 per wk. 1626 The 2,200 Woolworth stores
Ionia Sit EL 45276.; Young throughout the country will Ta
use a seapower theme in their
1 rm. for single man. EV 9-5060.
2 bdrm. furn. hse. 5255 Camille. window displays Curing the t

Ave. Roberts. month.It .
2 bdrm. hse. Ext.789' or EV 9- is also planned to have the

8214 (after 1700)). Watkins. Woolworth Hour (CBS) de-
3 bdrm. C. B. hse. Furn. Can see Voted to the Navy on Oct. 7 0

at 4636 Cates Ave. weekends.. and to have governors and

Ward nga. mayors desginate October as ,. ,' ,....
'
"' '0'::
"
FOR SALE "NavyMarineCorps Month. "

41 house trailer. Full length pat- BASIC SUPERVISOR GRADS-These 26 in-training supervisors at NAS Jar completed- 60. hours

id. Alum awning and boat Diner: "Waiter, why does that of basic supervisor training conducted by the tranlftftI"lsIon' of Industrial Relations Department.
shelter. Landscaping Ext. 771. First row (leftlo right) are Edward Weir; ; McSwain Jr.; Fred Klmbrell; John
Ellis. hound sit next to my table and McQuillan; Capt. William S. Harris, commanding officer of NAS Jax, who presented the certificates;
growl at me?" 'William Vogel; Donald McLeod, Maurice Taylor Jr.; and Elmer Robinson. Second row (left to right);
1 bdrm. C. B. hse. Center Pk EV
Waiter: "Oh, don't mind him, Charles Backenstose; Shellie Falrcloth; Leamon Norris; William Kibler; Joseph Flirt; Aaron Godwin;
73079. Boyer. J. E. Gray; and Horace Rhodes; Third row (left to right): E. O.,Umstott, assistant training superintendent -
2 bdrm. hse. Newly decorated. sir, he's just mad because you'reeating ; Glenn Blythe; Herbert McMillln; John Home Jr.; Walter Ashley; Marcus Oliver; Bruce Barker;
9540 103rd. St., Wesconnet. out of his dish." Otto Gundel; and James Reed. .
-
$6500 with terms. EV 9-3148.

.3 BoutwelL bdrm. hse. GI equity. 4133 Tyn- Moons, Fired From Florida Base, AutomationContinued I
( from Pare One)
dale Dr. EV 41518. McDaniel.
3 bdrm. C. B. hse. $1500 equity. Will Circle Globe At 18,000 mph minutes each, the system is electrically
EV 4-1518. D hooked up to free tele-

3 bdrm. C. B. hse. 6150 Commodore phone lines available for direct
Dr. EV 2-2997. Hannan. Allegheny moons, harvest sunlight, the force of gravity weeks to a year." Gradually it long distance voice exchanges of
and Miami and gather other scientific data will be drawn back toward the information averting the
33' hse. trailer. $1500 'total. Ext moons moons over delay
and then both halves will atmosphere where it will disintegrate -
incurred by methods of
present
8303. 1231 A, Hancock St NAS. will fade into insignificance
be welded together. like a meteor. placing long distance calls.
Mager. when, the Navy Moon starts Although only 20 inches in 1 The whole project is being
3 bdrm. hse. $1750 dwn. Venetia ASO will thus have at its fingertips -
spiraling around the earth at diameter, and weighing all directed by the Office of Naval
Terrace. CO 4-5432. Thomson.lUSCELLANEOUS all daily requirements for
the fantastic speed of 18,000 told only 21.5 pounds, romanti- Research. aviation materials, and eventually -
Riders wanted from Riversidearea mph sometime in late 1957 or cists will find its size compened -- 4.--- the system'will' be utilized for

to NAS. Working Hrs: early '58. for, in numbers. About transmission of periodic inventory

0730-1600. EV 8-1433 or Ext. Due to be fired from Patrick 12 will be borne aloft by a control reports. The advantagesand

8242. Hare. Air Force Base, Cocoa, Fla. three stage rocket during the effectiveness of the systemare

Ride wanted from Janice Circle each half of the new moon will International Geophysical year. obvious, with present meth-

South (Lakeshore Terrace) to be drawn from a single sheetof Expected to'follow an eliptical ods already assuming the patinaof
NAS. Working Hrs: 0800-1630. magnesium alloy which will orbit, the nearest point to the NOTES. antiquity.

Ext. 614. George. be machined to a thickness of earth will probably be about DAYS'ARE NOW consumed in

Wanted someone to help drive to three one-hundredths ,of an 200 miles, with its .farthest The patio season will terminate writing interim. requirements in
Johnstown, Penn. Sept. 21. Re- inch. Feather-light, each half 'pointabout'UOChniles.
which
with the closing of the swimming longhand, are then sentto
Scientists it to keep
turning Sept. 29. Will all will be packed with instru- expect
pay pool Saturday, Sept. 22 at 1930. a typing section for preparation
going for an indefinite time
ments to cosmic
expenses. Contact Dr. McClos- measure rays,
Patrons are invited to take ad- of either a dispatch or re-
I varying in opinion from "two
} 2720 Park St. EV
key 96108.
vantage of the few remaining quisition. Mail delays and,dmin-
.f\ LOST AND FOUND Comdr. Adami New days and enjoy the facilities that istrative routing of the documentswill
1954 class ring found at Fern SAFETYBox will not be available again until be completely eliminated by
Creek. Can be obtained at the Fasron Six SkipperComdr. spring of 1957. use of the transceiver.

Nursery, Bldg. 560. Call Ext.. Score William Adami relieved A tentative list of ballroom When inventory control reports

368. Comdr. Max Replogle as dances to be held for the remain- also transmitted by the machine,
Disabling Injuries Through skipper of Fasron Six in cere- der of the year is listed for information further elimination of the delays

LongevityContinued Tuesday, Sept. 18 monies last Friday. Comdr Adam! : involved in packaging the punch

II This Month 0 comes to Fasron from duty as assistant First indoor dance of the sea- cards, preparing them for' shipping -
( from Page One) This Year 5 O-in-C of VF-ATU-202, son, Oct. 6; Annual Hallowe'en travel by mail and then be-
proposal. As it is now, increases Days Since Last NAAS Kingsville, Texas. Comdr: danceof Oct. 31; Regularmonthly ing administered, sorted and

with few exceptions come every Lost Time Accident :20 Replogle goes to NAS Cecil Field dance,*Nov.17; Regular monthly routed at ASO, will result.

two years automatically, without as Operations Officer. dance, Dec. 8j; Annual Christ- The system's time and
money
regard of what a person contri- i mas party dance, Dec. 21; and an- saving factors are bound to Increase
butes. nual New Year's dance, Dec. 31. the efficient operation of

THE IN-GRADE step increase JNAVV Congratulations to the 16 new the Supply Department to an appreciable -
would provide similar increase! Chiefs) that were initiated into the degree.

within a grade up to a point after HURRICANE Club with a'special ceremony ..
which non-advancement would held the noon hour Sept 17.
bring no more "fogies." But what- 4 Service Teams,Eligible
ever shape the revised pay.and HUNTERS' : '
/ ToastmastersContinued For Oily Competition
grade structure may take, it will OPErATIN OUT OF IIiV4 AIR

mean "a larger"grade and pay ,41'411011 diWOEYIUf,fIL A ( from Page One), Service teams and individualsare
spread in for invited to take part in the
both
recognition
SAM 411. PUERTO RI60..., assignment course called "beyond
the combat leader and the technician ( into Fall city wide athletic programof
basic training" or he may go
." Emphasis is certain to be the Jacksonville City Recreation -
i other projects planned to advancehis
on men going into their second UF1'EJh'tRRECONNSISSMGE Department.
speaking ability.A .
and subsequent enlistments, rulIng FU'IlTS'IV' club is limited to 30 active Listed below is the tentativeFall
out a pay advance for first USpetOI/S, $ 1'DRU ARE SIURRICAMES members and 10 inactive ones. program.

termers. ) TOCOLLECT'IIEtp1oi. .. Its half dozen officers rotate
The Recreation Department
Recommendations by the Committee &ICA//. t T48ICLVQ1NI" ) is
every six months to give as many located at 311 West Duval
are expected to represent WINO VELDCITI UXArlC R 1 Street
\ members as possible a chance to
Phone EL'4.8331.Sept. N
t, a compromise of separate service DIRr.1I0H 01wvMtMrw0K414 serve.
plans. The original Air Force \ RFIAYCOTo4s' 24-Fall Weight Lifting

technician pay plan hit the Army Tournament-Rec. Auditorium-
and Marine Corps hard, as spot- r. S5E 18002400.
lighting the technician above the Toffoan
combat leader, they fear, will torpedo j 'FLEET wrATRE UN'mA1. 1'UIAMI N IN AA Sept. 25-City Touch-Football
the morale of their enlistedmen !) WHERl lTlCbUEqrq'IlrtRPtETE aaHanr E League 1930.opens play WoodstockPark
generally. 8DISTRIBIIItD =i HQSBSHHCJ
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Seen resulting therefore is an l. 0ADDI Sept. 26-Girls City Volleyball
overall service'package caring for ETA!IDYAay.D4UI'iJITNER & 'I ANDAAO League opens play.

both technicians and comb a'' BurEAU IovSOR/' IN6A Oct. 15-16-17-City Table Ten-
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leaders. fb tloML SNQQE IIISfUATi24 nis
Tournament-Rec. Auditorium
I I Antony and. .Cleopatra. were bPS: IT, t, A1VD. I J.II t -1900.
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seated by the Nile one day when .r1r (Answer to Page 2 Futile) Nov. 12-Start City wide bas
i their son appeared wearing spurs, -, ketball formation meetings.Dec. .
six guns, lariat and ten gallon / Tfxx wsttuitf jaft;wr wwxex m A.4NrIII The first American ''Indian to 3-Start play in City wide
hat. "See," shouted ,Cleo, 1 told fit AIR ARfPnRTIWt ft utt"F of uwn nni t Mf WIll t'L fly for; the Navy was trained at basketball leagues.

you not to buy him those science >> qt ."ellrrR FIBS ouKMjyrjfW' ..,nwt the Naval ,Air Station, Jackson- Dec. 3-4-5-7-State AAU Boxing
" nr Ifvf WI Dill wnr/r/ ville.
fiction comic books. Tournament (Arena).


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